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|Crude Protein||28.0% min|
|Crude Fat||18.0% min|
|Crude Fiber||3% max|
|Linoleic Acid||1.6% min|
|Vitamin A||15,000 IU/kg min|
|Vitamin E||100 IU/kg min|
|Omega-6 Fatty Acids||1.8% min|
|Bacillus coagulans||600 million CFU/lb min|
Calorie Content (calculated):
4,167 kcal/kg, 406 kcal/cup
Chicken, Rice, Poultry By-Product Meal, Corn Gluten Meal, Beef Fat Preserved With Mixed-tocopherols, Soybean Meal, Whole Grain Wheat, Whole Grain Corn, Corn Germ Meal, Dried Egg Product, Natural Flavor, Dried Yeast, Glycerin, Fish Meal, Fish Oil, Calcium Carbonate, Soybean Oil, Mono And Dicalcium Phosphate, Salt, Potassium Chloride, Minerals [Zinc Proteinate, Manganese Proteinate, Ferrous Sulfate, Copper Proteinate, Calcium Iodate, Sodium Selenite], Choline Chloride, Vitamins [Vitamin E Supplement, Niacin (Vitamin B-3), Vitamin A Supplement, Calcium Pantothenate (Vitamin B-5), Thiamine Mononitrate (Vitamin B-1), Vitamin B-12 Supplement, Riboflavin Supplement (Vitamin B-2), Pyridoxine Hydrochloride (Vitamin B-6), Folic Acid (Vitamin B-9), Vitamin D-3 Supplement, Menadione Sodium Bisulfite Complex (Vitamin K), Biotin (Vitamin B-7)], Dried Bacillus Coagulans Fermentation Product, Garlic Oil. F448919.
|Weight||1 ½ - 3 Months (Cups)||4 - 5 Months (Cups)||6 - 8 Months (Cups)||9 - 11 Months (Cups)||1 - 2 Years (Cups)|
|3-12 lbs||½ - ¾||¾ - 1 ¼||⅔ - 1 ⅓||Feed as Adult||Feed as Adult|
|13-20 lbs||½ - 1||1 ⅓ - 1 ⅔||1 - 1 ¼||1 ¼ - 1 ⅓||1 ¼ - 1 ½|
|21-50 lbs||⅔ - 1 ⅓||1 ¾ - 2 ½||1 ⅓ - 2 ¼||2 ⅓ - 2 ⅔||2 ¼ - 3 ¾|
|51-75 lbs||⅔ - 2||1 ¾ - 3 ½||1 ⅔ - 3 ⅓||3 - 4 ¼||3 ¼ - 5 ½|
|76-100 lba||1 - 2 ⅓||2 ½ - 3 ⅓||3 ½ - 5 ½||4 ½ - 6 ¼||6 ¾ - 9 ⅔|
|101 lbs and over||2 ⅓ - 3 ⅓||5 ½ - 6 ¼||9 ⅔*|
*plus ⅓ for each 10 lbs of body weight over 100 lbs.
Puppies start to nibble solid foods at 3 - 4 weeks of age. Keep moistened Pro Plan available at all times.
Allow your puppy to eat at will until fully weaned (6 - 8 weeks). After weaning, Pro Plan can be fed moistened or dry.
For best results, develop a regular feeding schedule such as three small meals a day for younger puppies. You can gradually reduce to one feeding in the morning and one in the evening as your puppy ages. The routine should not vary.
As puppies near adulthood, their calorie needs may drop, and your puppy may begin leaving some food in the bowl. Don't misinterpret this as an indication of dislike for the food. Instead, begin offering less so your puppy doesn't overeat and stays in ideal body condition. Nestle Purina Research indicates that avoiding overfeeding of puppies may help their development. Maintaining ideal body condition is key to encouraging proper growth in all puppies, especially large breeds. The indicated amounts are only a guideline. If your puppy becomes overweight, a reduction of your puppy's daily food intake may be appropriate. You may wish to consult your veterinarian about a weight control program.